Today’s Collaboration Strategy Needs a Mobile First Approach
Working together, Apple and Cisco deliver the all new, redesigned, and rebuilt WebEx app for iPad -- ideal for today’s hybrid workforce.
If you can’t trust a MAC address, what can you trust?
The concept of random and changing MAC addresses is not brand new, but is beginning to have a real impact on how network tools operate. The idea that operating system vendors are providing users with increasing privacy by making it harder for big corporations to track them is a double edged sword. How can networking tools continue to provide critical services such as network access control, guest and BYOD services in an environment where the identifier of the endpoint, the MAC address, is no longer stable.
Cisco introduces Fastlane+ with advanced multi user scheduling to revolutionize real-time application experience
Fastlane+ enhances the user experience for latency-sensitive voice and video applications in high-density user environments by improving the effectiveness of estimating the uplink buffer status for the supported Wi-Fi 6 capable iPhone and iPad.
Keeping Students Learning and Keeping Cyber Threats at Bay
Shawnee Heights School District realizes the security risks when students connect to an unsecure network. Fortunately, Apple and Cisco Security Connector for iOS have a solution.
Fast Lane on iOS 12 opens up new ‘lanes’ for the mobile workforce
iOS developers can verify app functionality on Cisco enterprise or cloud-managed Meraki infrastructure with the free Fast Lane Validation Lab.
Cisco and Apple: Understanding the Innovation
To fully appreciate what these two industry leaders have accomplished, I thought it would be helpful to pull back the covers a bit, and level set on how things are usually done. This can help highlight where and how these tweaks can improve your own enterprise experience.
A Deeper Dive on Apple and Cisco
With the release of iOS 10, the Apple and Cisco partnership comes to fruition. iOS 10 allows apps like Cisco Spark to be built to take full advantage of the features in iOS 10. Ultimately, the goal of this integration is to allow users to keep using the iPhone the way they are used to using it – but have the actual calls handled by Cisco Spark. This delivers the best of both worlds.
iOS 10 Is Here…So What Does that Mean for the Enterprise?
Cisco is optimizing Cisco Spark for iOS 10 to help our customers transform their business through mobility. Read more about what we’ve done to optimize Wi-Fi and prioritize applications on iOS devices.
Collaboration at CLUS, Day 1: Keynote, Innovation, Social Good
And we’re off! With 28,000 people attending in via three locations in Las Vegas and nearly 100,000 tuned to the online broadcast, Chuck Robbins had the attention of a lot of people today. No need for a gradual start -- although Robbins did question the wisdom of morning keynotes (especially in Las Vegas).